As we reported two weeks ago, after White House staff leaked the news on a conference call, DJ Patil, the former Chief Data scientist at LinkedIn and most recently a VP of Product at RelateIQ, is now the Chief Data Scientist at the White House. In that role, he will work on the Administration’s Precision Medicine Initiative, which aims to use advances in data and health care to personalize medical treatments. He will also work on issues relating to open data in government. For a deeper dive on precision medicine and open data, check out our Structure Data conference in New York next month.
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